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Proposed George W. Bush Sewage Plant Makes Ballot


Proposed George W. Bush Sewage Plant makes ballot

A measure seeking to commemorate President Bush's years in office by slapping his name on a San Francisco sewage plant has qualified for the November ballot.

The measure certified Thursday would rename the Oceanside Water Pollution Control Plant the George W. Bush Sewage Plant.

Supporters say the idea is to commemorate the mess they claim Bush has left behind by actions such as the war in Iraq.

Local Republicans say the plan stinks and they will oppose it.

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I may just have to move there just to be able to vote for it. But I'm guessing it will pass anyhow.

What a fitting legacy!!!

Fitting? The Bush administration has performed the opposite function of a sewage treatment plant. Aren't there any good cesspools available?

I'm pretty sure the Oceanside plant is one of the more efficient and overall better sewage plants in the area. It'd be a bit more fitting to rename one of the shittier plants.

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